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Cook County Group Gets $6M Grant To Fight Youth Homelessness

A Chicago-area advocacy group will use a $6 million federal grant to fight homelessness among youths ... 17 hours ago Violent Incidents At The Cook County JailCBS 2's Suzanne Le Mignot reports ... read more

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The Volokh Conspiracy

243 days and then to compare them to another group of defendants who were released and observed for, on average, 154 days. We use Cook County data to estimate what would have happened if the Study ... read more

Council tax set to soar by four per cent as the government struggles to fund social care

It means that families in the county’s most expensive Band ... The extra money was then used for specific services such as youth clubs and homelessness and for tackling isolation. read more

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